It's a draw, which is like a tie, and I believe they're going to have to vote on it again. This is good, not great. We've definitely gained some significant ground. My informants indicate the vote will occur again today around noon.
I'll report more when I have more to report.
I believe the audio feed, link posted below, is delayed. I'm getting updates on the decision already, yet they haven't reached SB 798 in the audio feed, at least according to the schedule below.
9 a.m. - State Capitol, Room 126
TESTIMONY LIMITED TO TWO WITNESSES PER SIDE -
TWO MINUTES PER WITNESS
BILLS HEARD IN SIGN-IN ORDER
Measure: Author: Summary:
S.B. No. 61 Pavley. Wiretapping: authorization.
S.B. No. 139 Alquist. Corrections: Inspector General.
S.B. No. 285 Correa. Massage therapy instruction: fraud: criminal
S.B. No. 420 Hernandez. Synthetic cannabinoid compounds.
S.B. No. 425 Calderon. Cruelty to animals: fighting.
S.B. No. 427 De LeÃ³n. Ammunition.
S.B. No. 428 Strickland. Lester's Law of 2011.
S.B. No. 430 Kehoe. Strangulation.
S.B. No. 534 Corbett. Victims of sexual assault.
S.B. No. 557 Kehoe. Family justice centers.
S.B. No. 576 Calderon. Sentencing.
S.B. No. 610 Wright. Firearms: license to carry concealed firearm.
S.B. No. 622 Corbett. Sex offenders: registration.
S.B. No. 676 Leno. Industrial hemp.
S.B. No. 796 Blakeslee. State hospitals: prohibited items: misdemeanor
S.B. No. 798 De LeÃ³n. Firearms: BB devices: imitation firearms.
S.B. No. 819 Leno. Firearms.
S.B. No. 888 Lieu. Crime: picketing.
S.B. No. 914 Leno. Search warrants: portable electronic devices.
S.B. No. 917 Lieu. Animal abuse.